Cajun Navy in Panama City surveys damage, more than 22 rescued

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PANAMA CITY, Fla. (WFLA) – The damage caused by Hurricane Michael around Panama City is disturbing.

A WFLA news crew drove around on Wednesday after the storm, surveying damage with crew members and volunteers with America’s Cajun Navy.

The group is in town from Louisiana hoping to help anyone they can.

Within minutes of the ride along, the crew came across the first person.

And then came more, including a couple with two young children who had just walked 14 miles.

The crew has helped more than 22 people so far and they plan to keep pushing on in the days to come.

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